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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VIII. NO. 2311. A MYSintlOUS GIFF. ething that Confounds the HCst Philosophical Expeits. THE SICK m CORED AND THE SCEPTIC LEFT TO WONDER. the Marvels oi the Medical Institute of Boston. TRENTON BRANCH ESTABLISHED FOE THE RUST OF JUNE. The Opening June 16th at the American House Parlors. Advice and for the Month Free. For the purpose of extending their already nurld-wlde popularity, the T-OLYPATHIO MK0IOAL INSTITU I E, of 2 Rust BrooMlne til tot, Boston, will send their chief consult- ing physician, Chnnnlng A Holt, M D to Trenton branch, the American Bouse, commencing Jnne 16, and every day there for ttuabalanee of the month, where he will give to all those who desire snch exam Inatfon, advice and treatment as may be In- In each Individual case, entirely tree of charge, thus giving sufferers from all of chronic diseases personal attention, >nd thereby all the ad vantages of this new Ivstem, which has worked such marvelous enrea in Button and vicinity. Although the time "id expense to as In giving this free t. Ument will cost as yet we feel that ttw number we shall treat will be so large, euros we shall make so varied the good we do will jld that nether bntler was or was r SALVAlOR I HE WINNER. He Nibs the Suburban Handi- cap by a Neck CASSIVS WAS III SKOM) PI VCF, Anil Tenny Came In Thou- sand 1'eopte Witness the of All Was Hardly 'In Spectators Were loiiK June lull) foitj thou sand people saw SaLvator our greatest race horse, ridden with a wizard hand by the matchless w m the gre ittst of all Suburbans at the beautiful Sheepshe ul bay couese jestwday Tilt st irters weight jockcjs and bitting were us SalTator 127 (Murphy) (Tarai) 10 to 1 10 (Tajlir) (Ray) lOtol Rucdand 188 (Huiilltoii) i to 1 PrluceRoja! 1M Vuderaoi) j to l I un (net 1-6 (Bergen) 15 to 1 MouUiguu 104 (Martin) 40 tol "They re OB" Went I p It was 4 30 p m the bugle called the horses to the post There was con siderable delay and two false starts were made hen the eager equines came to the post the third time and sprung to their work utged b} nmo jockeys, the flag was dropped and a great chorus of "They're off" went up It was an admirable bit of TKKNTON, WfllJNKSDAY AFi'KKNOOK, JUNK, 1890. SEARCHING FOR BODIES. TWO mvs 8 t 5 Gas mi 10 fenny 12" (Ganlson) 3 to 5 Stndeavay 110 (Tajlir) 60 to 1 Hituzi J, f11" Ct.'toSlt.bT notice of all Invalids our Elegant Sanitarium. well1" onr special system of practice All (bat we month Boars-lOA M to8P M. All o( the Poly yathlolnstltnte closed OUSnndpy, nnd the last day In Trenton will be Hominy, Jane 30th Steamboat Norwood. OA-PU. THOMAS town, i o iilphia and return, Florence, Tnlly- infton. Fare to Phil- n, SO emts; in- I A. Wharf TyNtTM T pier 1C LalOT ol. oet, at ira AifMit to of TP.M. I.w H.I. n ft I t AH j H at ro f4 H A H S J. KFAD 1JO SALV work on the part of tiie starter Cassias, Prince Royal, Tenny and Salvator were m the first flight, the others all up and as close as they could with safety be Taral at once made his polity evident With a cut of the whip and a prick of the spur he jumped Cassius in front and made tor the rail As they came by tbe grand stand all were running freely under y raps, Cassius a length and a half before Stndeaway, who was a neck in front of Longstreet Salvator on the rail was au easy fourth, while beside him, ratling along and keeping any one from crowding him, was the beautiful Firenzi Just before the judges' stand was reached Garrison took Tenny back The pice was a tei rifle one Tenny'8 Friends Anxlons Light weighted Cassius was running like B wild horse, increasing the distance be- tween himself and the leaders at every stride, and, hugging the pole, went around the turn like a cyclone Longstreet was sprinting hard, with Strideaway two lengths and a half away while ou their quarter hung Salvator Firenzi and Prince Royal were lying next and on the outside was Tenny Racelnnd was finding the pace too hot He seem to get tangled up on the turn, and, though running gamely, his efforts were comparatively ineffective Here it was, however, thnt the friends of Tenny became anxious He was running just as freely wni Salvator, but away on iie outside hid lengths the worst of it If Ganison, when he pulled him back after the start, had any idea that he could get through when he wanted or thnt the rate would be made a waiting one, he com mitted a grievous error He was endeav oring to remedy it, but every Ihmg was against him He was on the outside of two horses in the race Muryhy Ills Nemesis. Straightened on the backatretch Taral took one look behind him Taylor wiis riding Stndeway and Bergen was at work on Longstreet From these he had nothing to but Murphy, his Nemesis, was sit- ting perfectly still on Salvator 1 hat was for Taral, and he nuked Cassius to go on His only.hopo lay in setting a pace that would kill the heavy weight division Garrison had handled Tenny well on the turn, and once straightened he began to move his colt up Longstreet was beaten for all purposes at the thrco quarters, and Murphy moved up Salvator He seemed utterly indifferent to everything but his horse He had not touched him with either whip or spur Rounding for home Ganison the Hyperion curl on his back and he made a demand on Tenny The lat- ter responded, but it was not m his usual brilliant style Tenny win Done For. He seemed to lack the vim that charac- earlier races of the year Half way round the tmu the "Snapper" drew his whip and the giand stand stood still Could it be that Tenny beaten? It scorned so Salvator was not being pun- ished and Tenny was "Cassius winsl" veiled an excited man who hnng over the upper deck of the stand, and the try was up and echoed over and over again, only to meet a counter deafening yell that came from toward the upper end, of "Tenny winnl" And go it momentarily seemed, but at the sixteenth pole he faltoied, and the struggle between Casshm And Sal- vator An Finish. Garrison, pale but determined, was vig- at work on the little back horse Tenny, who was making a gallant fight, but without avail. Tenny beat- en, and Murphy knew it Ihe Bcvei nyck colt was the persimmon he was after, and a furlong from home he reached the head of the noble Cassius, who had the pole Murphy, as his wont in all races, looked straight ahead, but at the same time he had a surprise in store for young Taral that metamorphosed his into a veri- table lump of dongh On the leaders came, eveiy nene nnd sinew in horse and rider being tiixod to their utmost Garrison ww working mifht nnd mam, but he could not catch the leiulei H, nnd Salvator passed nn- der the wire n nook before Cassius, Who was three lengths the best of Tenny ihen came Stiideawny, two lengths further back, vnth Firenzi, Raceland, Prince Royal T nngqtreet and Montague Salva tor's timo was 306 4-5 It wouM be hard to tell how mnch money really clmngprt hands on the several events, but 13 rOO 000 would not fall far short of the grand total Including yesterday's Suburbnn S ilvatorhas won in stakes and purses A Hlstorv of SfiUntor Sftlvntor i! ouned T R HftRgm, of Cnllform i nnd H chestnut colt by Im ported r It ilio onf nf .Asayfftr H r in i (1 i II ffrlimi Ho 01 lil t I pslioul on in 1 I i 1 1 n up nv i i 1 I in I I i il i OiijTuh n n i lU p v 11 t! r I T o i i h filial of A n t mil If o thf 1 bojcflii coming, In throe ni ntlif ho 1m I flne growth of of tho natural color. TfTatot" N. T. 2 he took the lealuation stakts worth 134100 at Shttpsheud with MiLauKhhn up 133 pound's 11 nil) long Daate I ric and ut niiltt In 251 On tin I onllard stakes at Me ninouth 111 3 r j I1 miles, L Murphy up tuning pounds The Hufombui s if the association to u Id UK amount ntces sary to make the f f tht uu t 000 theseconl to rtcuve nn 1 the third tl 000 out of the a a lili tl nltuurs afttr public tt ion of weights of i race of H 00 4 pounds of two of 000 or of one of 000 8 pounds extra of three of or of two of >3 OOC or of one of 000 U pounds in the of horses handicapped at pounds or these penalties shall ajiplj to tut nt of one- half and m the case of those handicapped at 133 pounds or to the extent of one- quarter oulj and m the cise of those handicapped at 130 pounds or they shall not apply at one mile and a quar ter FAREWELL TO CORNELL Day Eierolses uf the '00 College News NT Y Jnne Cornell men of 00 held their class day exercises yesterdij in tht gjmnnsium hall The following inline w as obsen ed Prayer by the Rev C M Tj lae roll call J E Greenwalt ilasspoem, Miss 1 L Berry, class essay Miss F L Gilbtrt class ora- tion F Abliett president s address T H Callan Mr J W Batten of the class, presented to the university the class memorial a subscription to tbt boat house fund On the campus took place the planting of the m the ivy ora tion B Llj class history L L Land ers class prophecy, J E Riu presentation of pipe H W Wilkinson reply for 91 H J Kellogg The senior reception came off last even ing in the armory and w is a great success many prominent persons being present from a distance Gieat interest is mani fested m todaj s boat race betiv een Cornell nnd Bowdom trews The bettmg is about even Vain Attempts to Reach Dead Miners the mill I IHE PIT. One Mini i Dining to lit ach th.o lutal to Within Ono tut of Mlu re tile Itmllei Vru Supposed to Lie DlMmt I'a June 18 hi pioplt of lltll tht In means (t Mi H It U S I I tU t that il I i K i nil 1 Min ttit r n_, it t tht D Ittl m H1U U Ij til tl t. lit 1 (1 1) III! 1 art pom Sixteen Sophomores Suspeiitled. LEIVISTON Me Tune college bophomorcs buried anal} tics w ith tht usual noisy ceremonies During the night the dooisteps of several members of tbe fac ulty were painted Ihe class deny that any member had any part in this work A faculty meeting was held and sixteen of the class were suspended Pipsldent Walker's Flea AUIIOBA, N Y June 18 President Francis A Walker, of the Massachusetts Institute of Tethnologj delivtml an ad dress at Wells college Aurora in which he made a stiong and elaborate plea for nor mal school instruction m w omen t colleges DIVIDING UP AFRICA England Tikes Uganda, and Germany's Sphere la Lxtentled to the Congo State LONDON, June 18 Salisbury's dis patch to Sir E B Malet, the British am bassador to Berlin, containing the agree inent with Germany concerning Africa declares that Germany's claim that where one power occupies the coast another may not, without consent, occupy unclaimed regions in the rear, cannot be allowed in cases where the country 18 already occu pied by Englishmen, but where there are no English settlements England has no title to advance against the German claims The agreement is as follows England retains the Stevenson road, which will be the boundary between the English and Get man spheres A line stretches from the mouth of tbe Bokura, on the west shore of Lake Nyassa, to the mouth of the Kilambo, on the south shore of Lake Tanganyika Northward Germany retains the region far Congo state and along the first degree of south latitude, the boundary diverging around the west- ern shore of the to include the mountain Mfnmbiro in the British sphere, in order to make the frontier coincide as nearly as possible with the region covered by Stanley's treaties. With the view of securing the freedom of future commerce, the passage of Gtr man subjects and goods will be free and exempt from transit dues between Lake Nyassa and the Congo state, and English goods and eubjects will be equally exempt between Tjike Tanganyika and the British sphere It is further agreed that in all east Afucan teiritories subjected to their influence equal rights of settling or trading shall be conferred by the two powers re- spectively on their subjects Other mis- sions are to have freedom of religious teaching Evading the Bait Act. BOSTON, June St Johns (N F) special gives a description of the newest evasion of the bait act A Newfoundland vessel procures a license to carry a cargo of heir ing to Boston under the false pre tense of stress of weather and she calls at St Pierre She is there attached under process of the French court for au alleged debt toaSt Pierre trader This debt is purely fictitious Under order of the court the cargo of herring is sold in St Pierre at public auction and a large price is realised The ship is released from the attachment and the captain packets the spoils and the law is successfully evaded To Aid the Cloakmuken. NEW YORK, June 18 a large and enthusiastic meeting last evening of tho Cloak and Suit Cutters' association and various kindred orgamrations it was re to aid financially and in every possi We the 7 000 cloakmakers who are now locked out in Diiubar ire still in smspenst Ihe risen nit, of tht miners is slow vi ik ilreadfull) slow for the anxious hearts tf those who for the last t HI nty hours linu lx en hopina Imie tint their 1 ones who were t urit. 1 in the binning Hill lann mine are still ulut The most experienced mine bossis in the region nre at tin scene tlevis lug to at the unfi rtunates dead oralne Hie now trying to foicc an entrance into the right wing of the Hill Farm mine wlierethe men are from the ferguson mine w Inch is only a short dis tante awaj anil from w Inch there was eml i (irs ago a connection which bail been closed lately by a fall of slate Ihe itscu CM think they can soon force their way through this and thereby reach tho en tombed men The Coal Is Afire The mint is still on fire and by the ap- penianceof the smake which rushes from the mouth of the pit m huge volumes it is that the coil has caught fire which means that it w ill continue to liurn until flooded The men in the mine are probabl) 5 000 feet from the mam entiiinte Some claim that they have all ptrished while others eyuallj as good authority saj that unless the fire has already reached that p irt of the mine hey are still Inmg although exhausted bj stan ation and im pure air Fresh Air Cut Off It was determined to cut off all fresh air and let the mine burn itself out At tho first drift a solid wall of brick well plas tend, WHS built across the opening Ma- terial was wheeled down the eiitiance to where the men were at w ork, and an air fan was set at work supplying fresh air to the rescuers Markey's Heroic Attempt at Kescue. Early j esterdaj morning Martin Markey, pit boss of the Anchor mints made a dur- ing attempt to reach the dnftings of thf Hill iaini mints from the Mahtmey intruice one and one half miles away across the lulls He crawled oier drifts and fallen sluts to w ithm 100 yards of the f it il chambers and sounded again and again, but listened for a response m Ihe men were either smothered or were fighting the fire that was now steadilj en crouching on their narrow tcintorj and Markej cut and bruised abandoned the hopeless quest of seeking an answer from 100 yards of solid slate Dead Near His Rody Thej are telling storits about the mine today and one of the most touching IK th it of a man named Kelley and a man named Hays llie latter it seems had safely can led Kelley from the pits in Lancashire, England three successive times rushed into the mine after the explosion to find his un- guarded lamp had sot the damp on he fell dead within a stones Uuowof his Uoy s body 1 hen there came ci uw ling in after him a gaunt, blackened spettre, who gathered his scorched form ttnderlj in his aims, and Kelley carried all Unit was mortal of his three times savior to the open air and fell burned and blind Who Wag to lilaiue? It is rimmed that the unfit condition of the pit is due to the negluence of the com pany This is a question that will be settled at the coroner s inquest v, Inch will be held as soon as the other bodies are re- covered Neirly nil of the miners em plojed at Hill Farm were foreigners of Irish and Scotch descent Many had their sons with tlitm This is the first mine explosion that has ever occurred west of the AlltLjianies It is said that there are other mines lu the Conuellsvillc coke region that are equally as poorly ventilated and tlmt it is only a question of time until the dreadful calam- ity will be repeated Atlnerfl on the Jury Coroner Holbrook has appointed three miners and two citizens on the jury He placed the miners there because they were the greatest sufferers and because they Wanted a, show if the ttoM ho in tl i nun tn nu in t in on OLIJ tr tin Olttlins ItLiall ST I N I him is MM II.rill (km t mis OIL uuill f Ir r O !ii tn It siu t in; lain if him huaiisi 1 Hin-iitiud the irmnut nt i estfl of tin 11 iml to tin iti n halt mid ttinp IR (xsitkH if nnjtii I icy t 1 uu f him 11 tJiust lit I ptrmittttl hit If t 1 IIH nil tit in titrumint in tlu h ot tin li id i ndltlnn whon I commenced to take SSVIfl S SPPGlFir (1 H al Q monlhOLo bull am n iw happy to say that after takln f ir lar li ttlin at thin nd rfil n Uroone I cine my none u entirely well uud my general nualth bettor than It ban I) tn In ten y ira Mm LUUNDA UUSjII Atlanta C His Wife Suffered from nrysrpelas. Mr JOHN 0 ROGERS of Ltana, 111 writes as follows under date of March 27 a 8 i-ured Her of aili nil r II I Ir b s tND TAUORlMQ 00, kt WOnM "Ot tbe her apintite increancd and her bealth iniiirovetl In ner) slit ft i 11 in s IW moch the uhl thio'd'h the i ut btood purliler and tonic blio ever saw anil in williut tor any one an Bbt was i m olothl-J rtt Bwjl C referred to her bl t Send to as tor Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free SWIFT SPhCIflC CO ATIAHTA, HAD mis MAN by S S A CO IAILOR-MADE GLOllllNO iHE AMERICAN Hank and Insurance GUARANTrTF CO. HOME OFFICE CASH ASSBT8 NEWARK, N J, oo EDWARD 8CHICKHAUS, PHESIDEHT HENRY J YATDs, VICE PRESIDENT WILLIAM 8CHEERFR TREASURER JAMES F CONNELLY, MANAQEB THB AMKBICAN BANK AND IN8UBANCB OUABANTEE .COMPANY ISSUES CKB TlriCArns OUABAH1EBINQ DEPOSITORS AOAINH1 LOSS THBOUGH FAILUBItfl OP NATIONAL, STATE OB SAVINGS BANKS, OB TBUS1 COMPANIES ANNUAL RATES OF PREMIUM. tl 00 gimrantees Deposits not exceeding (800 11.50 guarantees Deposits not exceeding 9500 60 guarantees Deposits not exceeding Clark Karloy, 1HH NOB IB WA.RRBO D1KSET, i mnch 1 thm phlluldphU OM' g. t Kltn to H A "FU Ov KROOAit) far >rtll -4 O1 -4 114, for 19.00. for M) t to 'Hi S 1 IBtiT A I 4 >g If O CAMKK. OENfEAL u.. A Superfine Cream Chocolates a An immense nwortmeiit of achons, L ges Drops, C< Candies, Nut andioe tmels, Mixtures, Penny Goods Tn Candies, French (reams, French Glaco Prices moderate 205 SOUTH BBOAD 8TRFET, NEX BEOAD bTEEET BANK ANGELOXAMERA, N 3 Cor. WBr.Bu St. I'M BARGAINS Make) the Ufei of mnny people miserable, canslng dlolress alter eating, sour stomach, lick heartburn, loss of appetite, faint, all gone" feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and iuegnlarlty ol DlStreSS tbe bowels Dyspepsia does After not get wc" of lt _ requires careful attention, EatmS and a remedy like Hood's Sarsaparllla, which acts gently, yetefflclently. It tones the stomach, regulates the diges- tion, creates a good eiclr petite, banishes headache, and refreshes the mind 1108080110 I hw) been troubled with djspepslft. 1 bad but little appetite, md what I did eat I4__ j. dlstrcsied me, or did me llttle Aftcr eatlnB I DUrn would ]i wo a filnt or tired, all gone fccllnc, 11 thoujh I Ind not troublo mi agRrivited bj POWDER Absolutely rure. A cream of baking powder. High eat of all in leavening otrength. IT. 8. Ouv- eriiment Beport, 17, 1880. The United Ice Companies. OP 1KADE BOOMS, THEN TON The highest court in the ladies eay onr Jumbo, Clicotnut for site and preparation beats them all Onr "mall etove for Baltimore Heaters is the thing Oar stove ftnd egg for hard, hot and lasting Try s ton of onr NO. 2 CHESTNUT, AND 8TOVK FOR BAK NG A SPECIALTY. Broken Egg, Pes.'Pnckwhf at and Soft Goals for manufacturing always on hand, "lock and Kindling Wood to (alt the trade. Wilson Stokco Retail. I. W. COB. STATE AND MONTGOMERY 8 TO F. O. Box AW, 483. Stations for deliver j of willow itrcot, opposite Bank, and 100 Hamilton ave, f OIM BhOttld IBB trt4 w or my buslnesi, rnlntinrr sprinft I took Jlon} sipullli, wlilrli
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